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The bronze statue, known as 'Fearless Girl,' was installed by State Street Global Advisors a day before International Women's Day.
State Street global CIO Lori Heinel comments on the money manager's new program to promote gender diversity on Wall Street.
Gold bugs no longer have to fear the specter of a strong dollar thanks to a brand new hedged ETF.
The SPDR Gold Shares ETF has attracted $11.8 billion of inflows.
The majority of asset managers are trailing the S&P 500 so far in 2016. A big reason for that underperformance is the emergence of index funds.
Lots of energy names facing the potential for lower prices.
Americans are making a series of easily fixable mistakes that are slamming their retirement savings.
Investors have been hearing for years that interest rates are headed up, even as they have watched them fall to record lows.
The company has been shrinking its GE Capital financial arm.
General Electric said Wednesday it is selling its asset management unit to State Street for up to $485 million.
Further winding down GE Capital should allow CEO Jeff Immelt more freedom to achieve his goals for global industrial expansion.
U.S. futures are looking to continue yesterday's rally; Boeing announces job cuts.
Many long-held beliefs about how millennials and Gen Xers engage with their defined contribution plans are merely myths that need to be debunked.
I'm opportunistically buying bank stocks in today's schmeissing, as I prefer not to be fearful when others around me are fearful. I added to my longs of Bank of America (BAC), Citigroup (C) JPMorgan Chase (JPM), and I plan to hold these stocks for s...
The Technology Select Sector SPDR may be down over 8% so far, but investors should not give up on the ETF or the growth companies it holds just yet.
"We now consider the likelihood that the U.S. government would provide extraordinary support to its banking system to be 'uncertain' and are removing the uplift based on government support from our ratings." -- Standard & Poor's Standard & Poor's --...
Despite headwinds like a strong dollar and lack of inflation, U.S. earnings growth should turn positive in 2016 and this will lift stocks modestly.
Americans tend to be more confident about their ability to retire because they are forced to take control of their financial destinies more than in comparable countries.
Fed rate hike would be a boon for banks, and here are some good ones.
With concerns about money management and preservation of capital, stay far away from these four financials.
Both financials took hits after their earnings reports but remain solid operators.
Anthem (WLP) has made it official. It's buying Cigna (CI) for $54.2 billion, creating a health insurance giant.
ETFs are on track for another strong year with year-to-date inflows totaling $72.
STT is set up well for more upside, and may re-test its all-time high.